Tv Production Process.

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1.1 Overview of the Television Production process
Typically the audiovisual production should start from an idea and go till the circulation stage covering different stage of production, process of refinement in between. The audiovisual production process is broadly divided into following three stages.
1) Pre production,
2) Production, and
3) Post production
Pre Production stage includes work on idea / concept, plan about the budget and the format for shooting, treatment, and research and script development, story board preparation, developing the shooting script.
Production stage includes work on the actual shooting part, recording the narration, voice over.
The post production work includes mainly the processing work of logging the
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2 does my idea inform?
If the answer to both these questions is ‘yes’ you are essentially on the right track. If the answer is no to either or both these questions, then it may be worth reevaluating your idea. The programme must be well thought through and constructed. Keep it short and to the point, make sure your idea is lively and imaginative, and that the direction is logical and properly argued. By following these basic rules you are far more likely to communicate your ideas to an audience.
Target your programme at a particular audience and establish early on the programmer’s objective. Decide in advance how you are going to develop your idea. Try to produce a written outline, thinking visually all the time. Research your subject thoroughly becoming an expert on it. Your research should include people and locations, as well as the general concepts surrounding your idea. A poorly researched idea is as likely to ruin your programme as badly directed one. Write your script and visualize it by producing a storyboard. Link the script to the pictures as you move from sequence to see if the combination works. Finally if you are working with a group develops your ideas and shares them together. Everybody’s ideas are worth considering and more often than not they will add a new and interesting dimension to the film.
At A Glance
1. Make sure your film both entertains and informs.
2. Keep it fresh and interesting
3. Think visually all the time. You are not writing
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